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10 Least Comprehensible Movies Not Directed by David Lynch
David Lynch may be the king of cinematic confusion, but he’s not the only one who can do weird. Here are ten movies by other directors that flirt openly with the boundaries of comprehensibility.
10 Coolest Cutting-Edge Backpacks
If your backpack is only able to lug stuff around, then perhaps you should get with the program. These ten cutting-edge packs do a lot more than just stash your smelly gym socks. Check them out.
10 Sexiest Ever Spies in Movies
These drop-dead gorgeous women make dodging bullets and trading state secrets look impossibly sexy. We give you ten super-hot cinematic secret agents.
Here's What You Need to Know About the Twitter IPO
Twitter will launch onto the New York Stock Exchange in just a matter of days. But is getting your hands on some of its shares a canny investment or a bit of a risk?
Hippos Fighting Tusk-to-Tusk: A Duel Between Africa's Deadliest Animals
This incredible sequence of photographs shows two hippos battling it out in the Serengeti – graphically illustrating why they are the deadliest animals in Africa.
The Island Nation Doomed to Disappear Within Half a Century
For hundreds if not thousands of years, the I-Kiribati have lived on their island paradise, but now their home is being slowly submerged under rising sea levels.
Better Than Barbie? Meet the World's First Interactive Smart Doll
While anime-inspired dolls have been around for a while in Japan, TV presenter Danny Choo’s interactive Smart Doll promises to be something entirely new. Is it creepy or cute? See for yourself. Image: Danny Choo A finished Mirai Suenaga doll complete with
Inferno Ahead: Disquieting Scenes from the Blue Mountains Bushfires
In October 2013, Australia’s Blue Mountains region experienced its worst bushfires since the 1960s, with blazes covering thousands of acres and blanketing nearby areas in thick smoke.
Mice Could Permanently Have No Fear of Cats
A parasite has recently been found to have the potential to permanently erase mice’s fear of cats. But does it have any implications for humans, and what could it mean for future medical developments?